Our "babies" will be ready to move outside soon. While we're building them a very secure "fortress" (welded wire run all around their coop, electrified fencing), our neighborhood has a feral cat problem. We live in a very remote community with both summer and year-round residents. Sometimes the summer complaints will abandon a cat for the rest of us to "enjoy". They invariable become established and wreak havoc on our songbirds, including endangered purple finches. Our idiot neighbor, who feeds the birds himself, also feeds the feral cats. He calls them silly pet names, and calls them in for free feedings (but doesn't go so far as to adopt them). He's established a community of them here, and I keep finding them in the yard. They know the chickens are in the basement and hang out near the door. I doubt they have a chance to get our babies, but the constant, evil presence would have to be stressful for them! Any ideas on how to deter these nuisance cats from coming around?